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#### Global solutions of the Einstein-Maxwell equations in higher dimensions

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Choquet-Bruhat, Y., Chrusciel, P. T., & Loizelet, J. (2006). Global solutions of
the Einstein-Maxwell equations in higher dimensions.* Classical and Quantum Gravity,* *23*(24), 7383-7394.

Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0013-4C57-9

##### Abstract

We consider the Einstein-Maxwell equations in space-dimension $n$. We point out that the Lindblad-Rodnianski stability proof applies to those equations whatever the space-dimension $n\ge 3$. In even space-time dimension $n+1\ge 6$ we use the standard conformal method on a Minkowski background to give a simple proof that the maximal globally hyperbolic development of initial data sets which are sufficiently close to the data for Minkowski space-time and which are Schwarzschildian outside of a compact set lead to geodesically complete space-times, with a complete Scri, with smooth conformal structure, and with the gravitational field approaching the Minkowski metric along null directions at least as fast as $r^{-(n-1)/2}$.